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Re: raidtools

On Wednesday 09 November 2005 01:38 pm, Jacob Bresciani wrote:
> I've got software raid up and running but before I send this server
> out to the production environment I wanted to test the hot swap SCSI
> drives. They are setup as a software mirror. I yanked one, and
> through in a blank drive, had it re-detect by echoing the proper
> strings into /proc/scsi/scsi. At this point I noticed that I hadn't
> installed the raidtools (raidhotremove, raidhotadd...). They don't
> seem to be available from  my sources either. Have they been moved?
> Should I be using a newer tool? can't seem to find out what's changed.
> Basically what's todays procedures on regenerating software RAID1?
> my sources.list contains
> deb http://mirror.espri.arizona.edu/debian-amd64/debian/ etch main
> contrib non-free
> deb http://debian.csail.mit.edu/debian-amd64/debian/ etch main
> contrib non-free
> deb-src http://debian.csail.mit.edu/debian-amd64/debian/ etch main
> contrib non-free
> Jacob Bresciani
> "Passwords are like bubble gum, strongest when fresh, should never be
> used by groups and create a sticky mess when left laying around"


Raidtools2 is in the archive, however, I would consider using mdadm, instead: 


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